- a small, enclosed field
- a small farm, esp. one worked by a renter
Origin of croftMiddle English ; from OE, akin to Middle Dutch krocht, hill, field among dunes ; from Germanic an unverified form krufta, literally , that which bends ; from Indo-European base an unverified form ger-: see cradle
- A small enclosed field or pasture near a house.
- A small farm, especially a tenant farm.
Origin of croftMiddle English, from Old English.
From Old English
- A surname, from the common noun croft, and from places named Croft.